Adding a new web page to your Dmac Media Content Management
system couldn’t be easier. In just a few short clicks you’ll add a brand-new
webpage to your website which you can subsequently populate with content, media
or whatever information you desire.
Note: The steps outlined in the following How to Guide
relate to a Version 3 Dmac Media Content Management System. If you are
currently using an older Dmac Media Platform and want to upgrade Speak to an
Account Manager Now.
*Dmac Media Version 4 is on the way, register your interest
in being among the first to utilise this powerful website system.
All the Content Pages on your website can be seen by
clicking on the pages icon in the bottom navigation. Here you will see a list
of your websites content pages which can be edited and amended as you see fit.
Fig. 1.2 – The “Pages” icon at the bottom of the admin area
will show you a list of your website pages.
Step 2 – Adding a Page
Navigating to the top of your pages list, you will notice a
“+ Add Page” button. The next step in adding a page to your website is to click
on this button and launch the Page Addition Pop Up.
Fig 1.3 – Clicking on “+ Add Page” will bring the page
addition pop up to allow you add your page quickly and easily.
Step 3 – Adding Essential Page Information
The Page Addition Pop Up allows you to add essential
information to your new web page. The content you add in the Page Name &
Description Field will help you identify the page in the admin section
only. On the other hand, the Meta Title, Meta Keywords & Meta
Description are key information that help search engines understand the content
of your new webpage. We will go over the best practices for these three fields
in a future guide.
Fig 1.4 – Completing the information in the Page Addition Pop Up and clicking
save will add the page to your website.
Step 4 – Save your New Webpage
Once you have completed the fields in the page addition pop
up, you can go ahead and click save. If all has worked correctly, your new page
will be added to the list of pages shown at your earlier screen. Here, you may edit
and change your pages content as well as altering the page parent or hierarchy.
Fig 1.5 – You’ll see your new page appear in the pages list